At RCL FOODS, we aim to do things differently when it comes to growing talent, and this is exactly what we achieved during our 2022 Management Trainee Onboarding Program, which took place in February. Our focus was to create a fun and authentically engaging experience for our Management Trainees, while at the same time embedding
We believe in seeing and doing things differently, driving a culture that inspires you to do ‘that little more‘, and together provide more food to more people more often. We do this by focusing on what matters to you most: more challenging work that meaningfully impacts the company’s success, more training and investment into you and more opportunity to grow within RCL FOODS. We are
As leaders in the game and the horse feed industries, EPOL is proud to offer ongoing support to two conservation initiatives through our relationship with uBhejaneX. They set out to contribute to rhino conservation and community-based operations through their support of Project Rhino and the Zululand Rhino Orphanage (ZRO) with feed, ensuring well-nourished, strong rhinos
RCL FOODS Food Partners, the out-of-home division of RCL FOODS, together with the South African Chefs Association (SACA), have announced the winners of the country’s very first Young Chefs Competition. After an exciting final round, the coveted national title went to Johan Muller and Dana-Leigh Coleman from the Capital Hotel School in Pretoria. They take
INTERIM RESULTS MEDIA RELEASE: MARCH 2021 STRONG UNDERLYING RESULTS AMIDST TOUGH CONDITIONS BODE WELL FOR RCL FOODS’ NEXT CHAPTER KEY HEADLINES • Revenue up 10.5% mainly due to higher volumes and improved prices in Sugar and Baking, and new business in Vector Logistics• Underlying* EBITDA up 18.0%, and underlying HEPS up 28.0%o Strong Baking performance,
Commercial Director, David Tubb proves that at the core of RCL FOODS is authentic leadership which is about seeing and doing things differently and displaying judgement, drive and influence. As a leader in the business, his mantra is that every person needs to be the ‘CEO’ of the world that they control. With this drive
. At RCL FOODS, land reform has been embraced as an opportunity for positive transformation in its primary commodity value chains, where several sustainable land reform projects have been established. These range from community-based joint ventures to long-term partnerships with land reform mentees and small-scale growers, all of which have provided workable models for successful land transformation and community economic development. Some highlights of this journey in the sugar space are shared below.